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Old 01-25-2009, 6:58 PM
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was wondering for those of you that may have one or have shot one what the trigger pull is and if anyone knows someone that can adjust them.
i realize 50 cals normally have a heavier trigger pull but i would like to have it at around 2-3 pounds.
thanks
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Old 01-26-2009, 12:57 AM
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Any good gunsmith should be able to adjust it.
IIRC, it's a Remington 700 trigger.

Where are you located?
Maybe I can help.

I brought the trigger pull on my 50BMG down to around 2lbs.
It's a pure bench gun so I don't worry about it needing to be heavy just because the gun recoils more than a regular rifle.
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Not adjustable like an "adjustable trigger." But as Randall mentioned, it's still just a Rem700 trigger from what I can tell and they can be tuned a bit. Honestly, the trigger it ships with is pretty good, but because the mechanism is exposed a bit I've had problems with dirt gumming it up, resulting in it jumping to a 20lb pull (this has only happened twice in the last year, mind you). This is easily resolved with a quick squirt of lighter fluid.

If you really want a dynamite trigger for your Windrunner, have Bill install a Keplinger set trigger. Very slick!

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Old 01-26-2009, 5:17 PM
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was wondering for those of you that may have one or have shot one what the trigger pull is and if anyone knows someone that can adjust them.
i realize 50 cals normally have a heavier trigger pull but i would like to have it at around 2-3 pounds.
thanks
Hey Mexrunner! Welcome to Calguns. This is the guy that you met at inland fish and game with the Tikka mounted to a USO... How is the Windrunner?
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